Acetic acid-d4 has been used as a deuterated solvent for the dissolution of internal standard in qNMR (Quantitative Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) quantification experiments. Acetic acid-d4 may also be used as a deuterated solvent in the 1H NMR spectral studies of the following: CB2, a CNBr peptide.
Bromocyclopentane-d9 is the isotope labelled analog of Bromocyclopentane. Bromocyclopentane, is an organic reagent that can be used as both the starting material and an intermediates in the chemical synthesis. It can be used as an starting material in the synthesis of Glycopyrrolate Bromide, which is a is a medication of the muscarinic anticholinergic group
"Deuterium chloride is the labelled analogue of Hydrochloric acid, a compounds used in a variety of organic and inorganic reactions. Hydrochloric acid is naturally produced and secreted in the human stomach where it?s function is to break down food for digestion. "
Dibromomethane-d2 is the labelled analogue of Dibromomethane, a compound used as a solvent, gauge fluid, and in organic synthesis. It is a convenient agent for converting catechols to their methylenedioxy- derivatives.
Phenol is purified here for molecular genetics applications. It is naturally found in tea leaves and plants, and has uses in the synthesis of antioxidant compounds due to the antioxidant activity caused by the phenol moiety. This structure also allows it to be used for syntheses of anti-bacterial & anti-carcinogenic compounds.
Propionic Acid-d5 is the isotope labelled analog of Propionic Acid ; a compound used in the synthesis of novel inhibitors of signal transducer and activator of transcription 3 signaling pathway in the potential treatment of human cancers. In addition it is used in the synthesis of morphans.